KW South Tampa is looking for an Executive Assistant in the Tampa Bay Area! The Executive Assistant is an individual who is willing and able to earn the right to be an Assistant Executive. This person relishes the opportunity to build, implement, and manage multiple systems with minimal supervision. The Executive Assistant is deeply committed to completing tasks the right way with a high degree of quality, attention to detail, and consistent communication. This person has immense focus and can do one thing for a long time without getting distracted. This individual may exhibit some drive and desire to influence; however, the overriding marker of his/her behavior is persistence and stability.
An Executive Assistant is deeply committed to supporting the OP and General Manager in achieving greater and greater levels of success, and to growing his/her own skills and developing into a supportive leader within the team. As the success of the team grows, this individual will be responsible for hiring, training, and leading additional team members to ensure all administrative tasks of the lead agent’s business continue to be completed to high standards with maximum efficiency.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for leadership-minded individuals with a track record of winning and a heart for giving. This person should also want to make an IMPACT on the world and those around them. If you are ready for a change of scenery, want a huge opportunity, and believe partnering with incredible people matters then we are looking for you!
If you believe and can say these phrases below you might be a match:
If you want to do the following things you might be a match:
We are looking for a history of leadership, resourcefulness, energy, insight, competence, competitiveness, and a growth mindset.
Who are we?
KW Impact is a group of real estate brokerages in the Tampa Bay area. We are responsible for creating an environment where 1200+ agents can thrive personally and professionally. We are there to serve our agents and associates and make sure they have a “five diamond” experience.